Main Reason for AG
Gravel and slate were introduced to gardens as a low maintenance option for people who struggled to look after their grass. However, it became fashionable, and many homeowners started incorporating both elements together to really give their garden a touch of class. Having a multitextured garden is quite common these days. Using different elements, like grass, gravel and slate, allows you to differentiate sections of the garden and really get the most from the space. But are they as low maintenance as they are made out to be? We feel our artificial lawn installations are better and this family will show you why.
For this family in Northwich, their garden had a grass centre surrounded by a pebble stone gravel border. This combination really complemented each other and gave the family the garden they wanted. However, over time they started to notice how difficult it was to maintain. The grass would get too muddy in winter and had gravel traipse all over it. Embedding itself into the mud making it harder and harder for the family to mow the lawn. That beautiful garden they had, has just become a mixed-up mess that wasn’t as low maintenance as they expected… in fact it was more work!
Enter Cheshire Artificial Grass to save the day with an artificial lawn installation. Using our popular 25mm pile, Rode to replace the centre grass piece. By doing this the family will no longer have any more problems with mud and if any gravel gets in the artificial lawn, they can just brush it out. This simple low maintenance solution saved the family from a messy garden and spending too much time mending it. Safe to say the family were pleased with the artificial lawn installation… especially how real it looked!
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